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one is secretary ross miller from nevada. he was first elected in 2007 as the youngest secretary of state in nevada's history. he's currently the president of maps. he was honored by the aspen institute as of 24 rising stars in governments and he has successfully fought for campaign and election reforms in his state. nevada is one of the states that has been working with us and working with other states to form the electronic registration information center, an exciting new development you will hear a little more about. our second panelist will be heather smith from rock the vote. many of you have met her on previous occasions. with some of the best data and the business -- uniform consensus across the country -- she does an excellent job. under her leadership, she has built new tools and refined best practices for the engagement of young voters which has resulted in record numbers of registrations. prior to rock the vote, she founded and directed young voter strategies, a project at the george washington university school of management which supports the pew charitable trusts. o
, i know my friend, ross miller, i just saw he was considering this too. this is what i've been talking about in west virginia, i talk about some of our vendors, you know, can you offer meese electronic poll books that are going to be able to store a photo or take a picture so that no one is disenfranchised, that someone doesn't have to go and pay even $5 for a voteo i.d. you think that's not a lot. $5 for a photo i.d. but it's the $10 in gasoline money to run here. then it's the $10 to run here to get the other i.d. that's what we can't have. right now what i show is what is working in west virginia. that's why it's a bigger picture. that's why it's not a panacea that a voteo i.d. is going to solve all the problems. we have to play -- i'm a sports person. i got to play zone defense on all of this. on every different aspect. we have to stay vigilant whatever voting system we're using, whatever photo i.d. requirement we have. >> it's a very interesting idea. >> i didn't answer your question before and i still ain't going to question. you're asking the right -- >> he's volunteerin
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